This is a guide to what happens when you die in Valheim. Read more to find out what happens when you die and how to recover from it!
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When you die, you respawn at the last bed you interacted with. If you do not have a bed, you will respawn at the starting summoning circle, so make sure to build a bed as soon as possible!
Upon death, you will drop all your items and respawn without anything. If you die, you drop a tombstone at your death location that you can interact with. In it, you'll find all your items. When you die, you'll find a mark on the map indicating your last tombstone location.
When you die, you'll lose 5% of all your experience. After you die, you'll have a small window of time when you die wherein you will not lose experience upon death to prevent death loops.
If you die again before you can retrieve your gear, your first tombstone does not disappear, but it will no longer be marked on the map. You will have to mark your first tombstone's location if you want to keep track of it.
When you die in the middle of the sea, your tombstone floats at your death location.
|List of Controls||Character Creation Guide|
|How to Emote||Cooking Guide: How to Make Food|
|Comfort Level and Rested Explained||Map Guide: How to Mark and Ping Locations|
|Skill Leveling Guide||Best World Map Seeds|
|How to Parry: Parry Force and Parry Bonus||How to Hunt Deer|
|Bow Tips: How to Aim the Bow||List of Raids: How do Raids Work?|
|All Damage Types and Effects||Best Forsaken Power|
|Crafting Guide: How Does Crafting Work?||How to Repair your Tools and Gear|
|How to Build and Upgrade the Workbench||How to Build and Upgrade the Forge|
|Advanced Game Mechanics|
|How to Use Cheats and Console Commands||How to Get Max Comfort|
|Farming and Resources Guides|
|Taming Guide: How to Tame Animals||Breeding Guide: How to Breed Boar and Animals|
|How to Plant Seeds and Grow Vegetables||Wolf Taming: How to Tame And Breed Wolves|
|House Building Guide||Fishing Guide: How to Fish|
|Dungeons Guide: Locations and Types||How to Sail|
|Haldor the Trader: Where to Find and What He Sells||Buried Treasure: How to Find|
|How to Get Into Sunken Crypts|
|Best Weapon Tier List||Best Armor Tier List|
|How to Play Multiplayer||How to Make a Personal Chest|
|PVP Guide: How to Turn on Friendly Fire|
|Do Resources Respawn?||What Happens When You Die?|
|How to Split Stacks to Take One Item||How to Take the Best Screenshots|
|Should You Launch With Vulkan?||Best Graphics Settings|
|Best Cheats to Use | How to Cheat Well||Do Bosses Despawn? How Bosses Work|
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Soap most likely originated from when people cooked food on a spit and the fat dripped on to the white ash in the fire and when combined with water it made a lather. Adding soap could introduce hygiene factors into the game. They could introduce it similar to how the hunger works, like, the better your hygiene, the more health/stamina you can gain. Making soap could consist of cooking meat over the spit, the fat mixing with ash and then mixing it with water could give you soap.
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